The Inn Castledawson
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... the “Book of Armagh” would be at the college, so it was very meaningful to us after visiting Armagh. We had dinner at Ireland’s oldest pub, The Brazen Head, located along the River Liffey. James Joyce visited the pub on multiple occasions, so, of course, dad wanted to go. It was the most eccentric yet authentic Irish pub I have visited. Parts of the pub date back to the 12th ...
... would say: "Than show your love to everything he created."
At last some advice:
Since we were students on a budget we walked trough the Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods. You won't see many tourists there. My advise is not to go there when you have an Irish or Brittish accent. Just ask your hotel or hostel whether is it safe for you to visit the neighbourhoods. Also, do your homework. Find out what it means to be Catholic or Protestant and how ...
3:30am. That is the time we were up this morning. We said by to Miss Han****n and our taxi came at 4:30am and brought us to the Preswick airport at 5am. We checked our bags in, grabbed a bite to eat and waited for this flight. We had wifi so we were messaging friends back home...... THEY STILL HADN'T GONE TO BED YET AND WE'D BEEN UP, SLEPT, AND WOKE UP ALL BEFORE THEY WENT TO BED. Strangest thing ever. The flight was only 25 minutes and we ...
... been around for 85 or so years. Some of the skits were a little inappropriate but all in all it was a really good and funny show, something I have never see before. Driving back to Belfast in the dark was a little scary, but we finally made it back to the hostel at about 1am. On Sunday we had to return the car which was a really sad day as we had all become attached to it, Maddy and I chilled out at the hostel while Jarrod, Caitlin and ...
... being here.. If you check out the pictures added to this entry, you will see the picture I put together to help explain the whole street sign disaster.
So, now that I am (somewhat) able to navigate my way through the city, I am really enjoying it. Belfast is the perfect sized city. Big enough that you don't feel like you're stuck in a boring small town, but small enough that it is easy ...